First and foremost, this top deserves its very own round of applause. It’s rectangular silhouette, three quarter sleeves, and strategically placed front pockets make this blouse anything but “basic white button down.” The way it drapes on Miranda’s body is divine. Granted, it’s worn by a tall and thin supermodel, this blouse’s boxy shape is responsible for taking her whole outfit to another level. The Willow mini skirt and Prada pumps are clean and classic, pieces that if you have the body for it, you can’t go wrong. Here’s a girl who knows what she’s got and knows how to flaunt it with style and grace.
I’m sorry, but was this event that Berenice Bejo attended held at Medieval Times? Otherwise, there is simply no excuse for this mess. I guess if you look only at the top 5 or so inches of the dress, it’s sorta cute, but the rest is a disaster and I doubt I could find ANYONE who begs to differ.
Jessica Alba rocks this outfit! It’s a perfectly laid back look for an afternoon in the East Village. As always, blue and green go together famously and her ‘go with anything’ black booties are a great way to top it off. She manages to look chic without trying too hard and shows how to do bright colors in the dead of winter.
Umm, okay.. so I had to take not a double, but triple look at this to believe what I was looking at. Could it be? The heinously, usually whorish/ghoulish dressed Taylor Momsen looking absolutely stunning in a lovely black laced Marchesa dress?! By Golly, it is. I’m sure it’s just a fluke, but damn does she look exquisite! Here’s how you do gothic inspired in a tasteful, elegant way instead of making yourself look like you should be swinging from a stripper pole. It fits her to a T and is plenty sexy, while still leaving plenty to the imagination. The basic beige kitten heels are definitely the right way to go for this look, and I even like her heavy eye makeup, just no more please. The girl looks good and based on the sly, hidden smile, I think she knows it. Here’s hoping this major upgrade is here to stay!
Nice job Dakota, I commend you for not shying away from the edgier/high fashion looks. Dakota and her little sister Elle seem to have a solid friendship with the Mulleavy sisters and give their line (Rodarte) some well deserved PR by sporting their masterpieces. I’m in favor of this ensemble, (especially the silver peep toes!) and Dakota oozes poise and sophistication, not an easy task for a teen decked in the whimsy that is Rodarte. I wonder if the peplum blouse could be a bit more tailored to Dakota’s shape, but it doesn’t bother me. Her blue eyes and golden hair enhance the beauty of her overall look here and her aloof pout is just perfect.
Now, I am usually so NOT a fan of this girl’s style, but every now and then she’s bound to make some descent choices. This look is super duper cute and I would love to rock it myself.
Emma is a girl who I’m still on the fence about. I’ve seen her do well just as many times as she’s looked completely lost in some getups. But here, looking like a woman with things to do, places to be, she does these clothes some good.
Simple and stunning.
This is how you take a simple smock sillhouette and gracefully jazz it up with a boldly beautiful print and some kick-ass Brian Atwood purple Suede pumps. Well done Drew Barrymore!
Always a fan of McQeen’s attention to detail that makes each and everyone of his designs his own. Not to mention, it fits the girl to a T!
Close but no cigar, Katherine Heigl. Don’t get me wrong, I am all for this relatively clownish inspired ensemble, but paired with her perfectly coiffed hair and to quote what a friend so kindly calls “church hands,” this look is sending me mixed messages. I’d like to see hot hot neon nail polish on her finger nails and give her a noogie to tousle up her hair a bit.
Perfectly dainty and commanding at the same time.
One word: WINNING!
Before I say anything, I must say I will always be an admirer of Chloe Sevigny. She takes the phrase “march to the beat of your own drum” to a whole new level and I love that in a woman and her personal style. However, maybe this time I think she took the goth inspired look a tad too far? Each piece has potential (maybe not the shoes, can’t decide) but all together it’s a bit witchy for my liking. Though as always, I look forward to her next move. Fashion Week is almost here, and I have no doubt Miss Sevigny will deliver!
More often than not I find J. Lo’s looks more cheesy than chic, but in this Dolce & Gabbana pink boxy coat, the woman has proved me wrong. Her Kzeniya clutch is perfectly fitting with this bold coat so much that I am not even bothered by the red pumps. She manages to make it all work!